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J-j rousseau la nouvelle heloise

Ce texte de Jean-Jacques Rousseau est extrait de Julie ou la Nouvelle Héloïse, 1761. Il y est question du désir. L’auteur se livre à deux descriptions la description tout d’abord de l’état de désir, c’est-à-dire lors de l’absence de ce qui est désiré l’imagination pallie à cette absence en embellissant l’image de ce qui est désiré. Ensuite, Rousseau...


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La France de PITTE

LA FRANCE Jean-Robert Pitte   INTRODUCTION   -         La France est née d’une volonté de vivre ensemble sur un territoire, entre centralisation et respect des différences régionales. L’économie repose sur un accord, d’harmonie variable, entre l’État et le secteur privé. Ce partage se retrouve au plan de l’organisation de l’espace. -         L’interprétation de la géographie de la France qui est ici proposée retrace...


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Analyse de Texte Génèse Bible. 'non rédigé)

Introduction : Homme a toujours eu besoin de connaitre ses origines. Savoir d’où on vient (Qui est-on ? pourquoi sommes-nous ?  Quel est notre rapport à dieu ? Pourquoi travaillons-nous ?)   nécessaire pour déterminer où on va.  Ex : Mythe d’Œdipe. Tant qu’il ne connait pas sa véritable origine, ne connait pas sa place dans monde. Connaissance change sa vie. §  Pb : comment dire...


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John Quincy Adams

John Quincy Adams I INTRODUCTION John Quincy Adams (1767-1848), sixth president of the United States (1825-1829), who devoted his life and his great ability to serving the people of the United States. Of the 81 years he lived, 50 were spent in public office. His service ended only with his death at the U.S. Capitol in...


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Winston Churchill .

Winston Churchill . I INTRODUCTION Winston Churchill (1874-1965), British politician and prime minister of the United Kingdom (1940-1945, 1951-1955), widely regarded as the greatest British leader of the 20th century. Churchill is celebrated for his leadership during World War II (1939-1945). His courage, decisiveness, political experience, and enormous vitality enabled him to lead his country through the war, one of the most desperate...


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Crusades .

Crusades . I INTRODUCTION Crusades, series of wars by Western European Christians to recapture the Holy Land from the Muslims (see Palestine). The Crusades were first undertaken in 1096 and ended in the late 13th century. The term Crusade was originally applied solely to European efforts to retake from the Muslims the city of Jerusalem, which was sacred to Christians as the site...


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Winston Churchill.

Winston Churchill. I INTRODUCTION Winston Churchill (1874-1965), British politician and prime minister of the United Kingdom (1940-1945, 1951-1955), widely regarded as the greatest British leader of the 20th century. Churchill is celebrated for his leadership during World War II (1939-1945). His courage, decisiveness, political experience, and enormous vitality enabled him to lead his country through the war, one of the most desperate struggles...


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Crusades.

Crusades. I INTRODUCTION Crusades, series of wars by Western European Christians to recapture the Holy Land from the Muslims (see Palestine). The Crusades were first undertaken in 1096 and ended in the late 13th century. The term Crusade was originally applied solely to European efforts to retake from the Muslims the city of Jerusalem, which was sacred to Christians as the site of...


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Montréal - Geography.

Montréal - Geography. I INTRODUCTION Montréal, city in Île-de-Montréal County, southern Québec province, Canada. The second largest city in Canada, Montréal is one of Canada's leading commercial, industrial, and service centers. It is also a center of Canadian intellectual and cultural life and the chief cultural center of the French part of Canada. Most of the residents are of French descent and speak...


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Central America - Geography.

Central America - Geography. I INTRODUCTION Central America, region of the western hemisphere, made up of a long, tapering isthmus that forms a bridge between North and South America. Central America, which is defined by geographers as part of North America, has an area of about 521,500 sq km (about 201,300 sq mi) and includes the countries of Guatemala, Belize, El Salvador, Honduras,...


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Flower - biology.

Flower - biology. I INTRODUCTION Flower, reproductive organ of most seed-bearing plants. Flowers carry out the multiple roles of sexual reproduction, seed development, and fruit production. Many plants produce highly visible flowers that have a distinctive size, color, or fragrance. Almost everyone is familiar with beautiful flowers such as the blossoms of roses, orchids, and tulips. But many plants--including oaks, beeches, maples, and...


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Coral Reef.

Coral Reef. I INTRODUCTION Coral Reef, coastal and oceanic ecosystem renowned for its beautiful life forms and for providing one of the most biologically diverse habitats on Earth. A reef is a ridge or outcrop of rock in the sea that comes close to the surface. A coral reef is a reef that has been built largely or entirely by corals, tiny...


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Conservation.

Conservation. I INTRODUCTION Conservation, sustainable use and protection of natural resources including plants, animals, mineral deposits, soils, clean water, clean air, and fossil fuels such as coal, petroleum, and natural gas. Natural resources are grouped into two categories, renewable and nonrenewable. A renewable resource is one that may be replaced over time by natural processes, such as fish populations or natural vegetation, or...


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Soil. I INTRODUCTION Soil, the loose material that covers the land surfaces of

Soil. I INTRODUCTION Soil, the loose material that covers the land surfaces of Earth and supports the growth of plants. In general, soil is an unconsolidated, or loose, combination of inorganic and organic materials. The inorganic components of soil are principally the products of rocks and minerals that have been gradually broken down by weather, chemical action, and other natural processes. The organic...


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Nuclear Weapons.

Nuclear Weapons. I INTRODUCTION Nuclear Weapons, explosive devices designed to release nuclear energy on a large scale. The first atomic bomb (or A-bomb), which was tested on July 16, 1945, at Alamogordo, New Mexico, represented a completely new type of explosive. All explosives prior to that time derived their power from the rapid burning or decomposition of some chemical compound. Such chemical processes...


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Latin American Painting I INTRODUCTION Diego Rivera Museum Gallery The studio of Mexican painter Diego Rivera is now maintained as an art museum in Mexico City.

Latin American Painting I INTRODUCTION Diego Rivera Museum Gallery The studio of Mexican painter Diego Rivera is now maintained as an art museum in Mexico City. The artist's paintings, murals, and large-scale frescos often depicted Mexico's history and social issues. Rivera believed that art should serve and be accessible to the working people, and he painted many of his works on prominent public buildings....


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Byzantine Art and Architecture I INTRODUCTION Archangel Michael This depiction of the archangel Michael, in Saint Mark's Cathedral in Venice, Italy, is an example of ancient enamel art.

Byzantine Art and Architecture I INTRODUCTION Archangel Michael This depiction of the archangel Michael, in Saint Mark's Cathedral in Venice, Italy, is an example of ancient enamel art. During the Byzantine era artists often used precious stones for ornamentation, as seen here. Scala/Art Resource, NY Byzantine Art and Architecture, the art of the Byzantine, or Eastern Roman, Empire. It originated chiefly in Constantinople (present-day ?stanbul),...


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Rhythm-and-Blues Music I INTRODUCTION Tina Turner American singer Tina Turner began performing rhythm-and-blues music in a band led by her former husband, Ike Turner, in the 1960s.

Rhythm-and-Blues Music I INTRODUCTION Tina Turner American singer Tina Turner began performing rhythm-and-blues music in a band led by her former husband, Ike Turner, in the 1960s. After leaving Ike in the middle of a tour in 1976, she embarked on a solo career. She struggled for many years to rebuild her audience before releasing the hit album Private Dancer in 1984, containing the...


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Blues I INTRODUCTION Listening to the Blues Blues music comes in a variety of styles and forms, including acoustic blues, electric blues, rock, and jazz.

Blues I INTRODUCTION Listening to the Blues Blues music comes in a variety of styles and forms, including acoustic blues, electric blues, rock, and jazz. But underlying even the most complex blues performance is a standardized harmonic form known as the 12-bar blues. This form coalesced during the 1930s and 1940s, as the blues evolved from a rural solo style to an urban group...


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Excerpt from Persuasion - anthology.

Excerpt from Persuasion - anthology. Jane Austen's last completed novel, Persuasion, has a more sombre tone than her earlier work. Six years earlier, on the advice of a friend, Anne Elliot broke off her engagement to a young man of poor prospects but encounters Frederick Wentworth once more when he has made a successful career in the navy. Anne soon...


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